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Jairo Soterio Named Rockwell Collins Managing Director for Latin America

Jairo Soterio, former marketing manager for Latin America at Rockwell Collins, has been named as the company’s managing director for the region. Rockwell Collins said Wednesday Soterio will oversee its LATAM government and commercial systems business operations as the demand for military radios, C-130 and P-3 cockpit upgrade services, simulators and training continues …

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Reports: UTC, Rockwell Collins Pick Florida for ‘Collins Aerospace’ Exec Office

Rockwell Collins has released a proposed organizational structure for a new entity that would be formed once United Technologies Corp. completes its acquisition of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based avionics contractor, The Gazette reported Thursday. Farmington, Connecticut-based UTC agreed to buy Rockwell Collins in September 2017 for approximately $30 billion and will combine …

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Rockwell Collins Develops Airborne Radio Mount for Iridium Satcom Network Access

Rockwell Collins has unveiled a mount technology designed to offer satellite communications capacities for tactical airborne radio users through an Iridium-managed satcom network. The “smart” mount works to help ARC-210 radio customers transmit voice, data and location data via Iridium’s 66 satellites currently in low-Earth orbit, Rockwell Collins said Wednesday. Ken Flowers, vice president …

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Elbit-Rockwell Collins JV to Integrate Helmet Display System for South Korea’s F-16

A joint venture between Elbit Systems‘ America business and Rockwell Collins‘ ESA Vision Systems subsidiary has received a task to integrate a helmet-mounted display system to F-16 aircraft within South Korea’s air force. The Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System II will be configured to provide situational awareness and identification display on friendly, enemy and …

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Rockwell Collins-Built Radio Tech Passes Navy MUOS Satcom Security Test

A Rockwell Collins-built airborne radio system has passed military security standards required to operate with the U.S. Navy‘s Mobile User Objective System satellite. The U.S. Navy‘s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command performed a “do no harm” test on the ARC-210 RT-2036(C) radio that works to communicate with air and ground platforms through MUOS signals, Rockwell Collins said …

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Rockwell Collins to Help Mexican Airports Implement Passenger Processing System

A Mexico-based airline operator has selected a Rockwell Collins-built technology platform to help expedite the check-in process for travelers who arrive at eight airports in the country. Rockwell Collins said Monday it will provide ARINC vMulti-User System Environment Common Use Passenger Processing Systems to Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte, also called OMA, for …

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EWS-Ethosgen-Rockwell Collins Team to Develop Waste-to-Energy Convertor for US Military

A team of Eco Waste Solutions, EthosGen and Rockwell Collins has received the green light from the Defense Department to develop a waste-to-energy conversion system for the U.S. military. EWS said Friday the team will proceed with the Deployable Waste-to-Energy Convertor for Expeditionary Bases with Thermal Energy to Electrical Power System development effort under DoD’s Environmental …

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Rockwell Collins, Taiwan-Based Aerospace Firm Enter Radio Production License Agreement

Rockwell Collins has granted Taiwan’s state-owned Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation rights to manufacture AR-1500 networked communications airborne radios through a manufacturing license agreement between the two companies. Taiwan will become the first international customer to procure the Rockwell Collins-developed radio technology, the company said Sunday. AR-1500 is designed to help airborne and ground users transmit …

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